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By Gail Moore Woltkamp It simply wouldn’t be Christmas without her. The vintage ceramic “cold paint” angel passed down to me from my grandmother is a keepsake I look forward to displaying year after year. Aside from her festive style and intricate design, it’s her signature Napco marking that confirms her authenticity to prime collectors.Continue reading “A Nod to Napco (National Potteries Corporation) ❤️🤍❤️”
By Gail Moore Woltkamp Notable landmarks that were once part of my life and neighborhood, growing up in Independence, Kansas, are now gone. Some, I consider historically significant, not only to my life, but to the town and to the state of Kansas. Mercy Hospital Something that seemed unprecedented, since the time we sold myContinue reading “Landmarks Lost : Reflections of a Kansas Town 🌻💛🌻”
By Gail Moore Woltkamp Although I am a native of Southeast Kansas, part of my family’s history is deeply rooted thirty miles south and across the state line into Northeast Oklahoma. My dad’s paternal grandparents owned a family farm and ranch in Oklahoma’s Washington County, (thirty miles northeast of the larger Osage County), from theContinue reading “For the Love of Northeast Oklahoma 💙💚💙”
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